Fighting Global HungerTogether we can provide help and hope for those dying from hunger around the world.
130% more – the shocking increase over the last 3 years in the number of people with acute food insecurity.
These numbers keep rising as the world bears the economic fallout of the pandemic; as the war in Ukraine increases the cost of grain, fertilizer, and energy and disrupts global supply chains; and as more frequent climate events destroy crops and affect livelihoods.
This massive global crisis requires a global response. It requires you, and all of us, working together.
Global Hunger Needs
Billion People Worldwide Face Moderate to Severe Difficulty Accessing Food
People in the World Are Undernourished
of Children's Deaths Are Due to Hunger-Related Causes
When you give to the BWA, you help us address hunger at the grassroots level and through local churches in some of the most vulnerable contexts, including:
Central African Republic
Providing 200 families with training, tools, and startup seed in conservation farming in order to invest in long-term solutions for families who experienced destruction and displacement following war and violence.
Providing 2,040 people with conservation farming business training and professional networking with a special focus on standing with women in rural poverty even as experts project that in 2023 there is an increasing likelihood of famine in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa.
Helping 500 people suffering from food insecurity in the midst of hyperinflation, job loss, and political instability.
Providing an emergent helicopter food drop to help 500 people in a village cut off by sudden flooding
With hunger increasing around the globe, the time to respond is now. Together we can make a difference.
Support God's Global Work
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Address check to the Baptist World Alliance and mail to our office located at:
405 N. Washington Street
Falls Church, Virginia, 22046 USA
Giving via Wire Transfer
The Baptist World Alliance is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization within the United States.
For income tax reporting purposes, donors will receive a receipt for their gift.
Designated Gift Policy: If a ministry project is overfunded, our policy is to apply the unused portion to a similar need.